Rabbi Samuel and Ella Freilich papers
Consists of wartime and post-war photographs, documents, correspondence, and letters relating to Rabbi Samuel Freilich and his wife, Ella (Wieder) Freilich. The photographs depict Rabbi Freilich and his family in Prague and Karlovy Vary, Czechoslovakia after the war. Included in the documents and correspondence are identity paperwork; paperwork to establish Rabbi Freilich’s professional credentials; a handwritten notebook of testimony related to Holocaust experiences, written in 1945; emigration paperwork; restitution claims; correspondence with attorneys; and medical papers, which assisted in proving the physical and mental pain that Rabbi Freilich experienced during the Holocaust. Also included are memoirs, papers, and letters written in English and Yiddish by Rabbi Freilich.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Hadassah Lieberman.
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